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Betsy

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I have reset the clock from the control panel. It sets the correct time but still goes off by 30 minutes through the day and stays at the 30 minutes off time. This and other computers are through a server. Two out of the three computers are out of sync. Any suggestions? Thank you.
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XP or 2000 clients?

What is your time server? Is it on the domain or workgroup? Or a remote time server?

Sounds like two of the three are synching one place and the other is synching to another.
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2000 client.
It is the domain. We all sync in the same place.
It happened to one computer 2 mos ago and then the other 1 month ago.
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